A conversation about the Manhattan District Attorney’s evidently imminent case against the former president and current presidential candidate, the NYPD’s disdain for the CCRB, a much maligned new version of a beloved old logo and much more.
Property owners argued that 2019 reforms violated their rights and is “destroying” housing. Yet profits are still plentiful.
From food stamps to immigration court to parks access, millions of people locally could soon feel the brunt of Washington’s dysfunction.
At the Jefferson Street shelter, migrants were left to face the deluge while carrying what possessions they could, before the city eventually reversed course.
Parents, public officials and climate advocates all say the mayor and his team were ill-prepared for the effects of a storm that was on the radar days before.